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at the luckiest time for hollywood that ever could have happened, because it happened when television was coming in and ruining theatre business. in the mid-40's, the movie theatres in america played to 90 million people per week. in the late 50's, it was down to 16 million per week. that's what forced the studios to cut back on production. kinda like the railroad business thinking they were in the railroad business, not the transportation business and stayed out of the airlines. the studios thought they were in the movie business, not the entertainment business. so when television came on they got very frightened. i can remember growing up, seeing ads, or seeing logos on rko theatres and loews theatres saying, "don't watch television, go to the movies." what the studios decided to do was since they had a lock on, literally, international movie distribution. (thomas schatz) they had an absolute lock on domestic in the u.s. and they continue to distribute movies, they would finance movies produced on their premises. they would lease the premises to the "independent producer." now, obviously they
hollywood murder-suicide. why docs, cops around parents are worried about a little pill called smiles. >>> gentle ben. he traded the title of sexiest man alive for dad and director. of one of the best reviewed films of the year. tonight, ben affleck opens up about a transformation that goes far beyond the beard. >> that's for the ladies. >>> and sit, bowser. there's a new breed yapping its way to top dog. meet the cute pooches proving that when it comes to fighting crime, size doesn't matter. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," september 28th, 2012. >> good evening, i'm bill weir. well, by now, you might have heard about the pararells that come from the synthetic street drug known as bath salts. but now there is another designer high causing concern. it is known by the street name smiles. ah ha lose jen with a high that can last for hours or days. and, it has become part of the national vocabulary thanks to the ghastliest of crimes. abc's david wright has details. >> reporter: up u
francisco general hospital eliminated, therefore we have silver terrace, this the valley, the or hollywood, bay view heights, bayview, hunters point, the central waterfront, dog patch. jamie, of those, which should be eliminated because we do not have recognized neighborhoods or public submission? >> we did not have visitation, i believe the same is true of bayview hunters point. mr. pilpel: i would still include them. i think we should recognize them. and i think we should still candlestick properly -- we should spell candlestick properly. >> i don't know if they gave specific boundaries, and is that why it is not recognized? i believe we have kept that as a whole. >> sorry, i believe bayview, hunters point, i was incorrect about that. it should be listed. mr. pilpel: and i think potrero is potrero. mr. mcdonnell: bayview, hunters point is fine. >> it is split according to the the department of elections, the planning neighborhood, as submitted. mr. mcdonnell: it is not included? i'm sorry, let's go back, silver terrace days in. visitation valley? >> no. mr. mcdonnell: does not stay in. l
and not their ability to host a keg party. >>> a rock 'n' roll legend is going to star on the hollywood walk of fame. >> another music icon gets ready to tell off. bigad shaban has more at this look at entertainment. >> reporter: the rock 'n' rolling wilson sisters ann and nancy finally have a star on the hollywood walk of fame. >> enough time has gone by now and enough other women have taken our example and said if they can, we can. that's what makes it good. >> reporter: their band topped the charts in the '70s with hits like crazy on you and evolved through the '80s and '90s. you'll find their star in front of hollywood's musicians institute, a coveted spot for rock 'n' roll bands. journey and motley crue also have stars here. they have sold more than 35 million albums and will release a new album fanatic on tuesday. country singer willy nelson is moving from writing lyrics to writing a memoir. nelson will share stories about his family, music and favorite recreational activities. roll me up and smoke me when i die hits store shelves november 13. top honors for two big names in hollywood. helen m
rewards last night in hollywood. >> as a fa mill yar comedy and a serious drama make headlines at the emmy awards. it's monday, september 24th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good monday morning. i'm paula faris and you are -- >> i'm t.j. winick. >> nice to meet you, t.j. >> great to be here. >> we're all pals. >> in for rob nelson on assignment. the entertainment world is all abuzz this morning after the emmy awards, and we'll take you live to l.a. for the very latest. >>> and did the host jimmy kimmel please the crowds and get some laughs? our music and media insider joins us live with a full wrap-up. >> we forgot our emmy attire. >> we did. i should have worn my tux. >> and i should have worn my tux. just kidding. >>> also this morning, the bill political headline of the week, mitt romney resetting his campaign after some questionable moves and washington insiders already looking ahead to 2016. will hillary clinton consider another run for the white house? >> and have you missed arnold schwarzenegger? >> will he be back? >> apparently. apparently. california'
are being brainwashed by hollywood, and hollywood is being brainwashed by obama. we're going to reveal how one network's primetime show shilling for obama care. first up this evening let's get back to our top story. iranian president ahmadinejad calls for the destruction of israel. what does president obama do? he labels any calls for american action noise, quote, unquote. cnbc's own john harwood joins us now with the details. good evening, john. >> reporter: good evening, larry. a rare day in which the campaign trail was dominated more by foreign affairs than by domestic economic affairs. you had mitt romney out there taking advantage of remarks the president made on "60 minutes" the night before when he talked about some of the foreign policy events as bumps in the road or noise out there. mitt romney in colorado, did an interview with nbc's peter alexander, says that's not how he thinks of those events at all. here's mitt romney. >> the president characterized as bumps in the road the developments in the middle east. we've just had an ambassador assassinated. egypt has elected a muslim
that happened in your life, and you wonder, am i ready to die? >> he was a hollywood stuntman, but this was no hollywood stunt. >> this is a hit. >> shot four times and left dying on the floor. >> somebody definitely wanted him dead. >> will you be able to solve the mystery of who wanted him dead and why? you'll meet lots of possible suspects -- >> oh, my gosh. >> including his ex-wife. an actress once married to movie mobster joe pesci. >> don't move. >> she had a strong alibi. >> do you know who shot garrett warren? >> i don't know. >> that's only the start of the twists in this hollywood mystery. >> this is one of those stranger-than-fiction kind of things. certainly nobody would write a consistent like this. >> the most stunning twist was what didn't happen. >> my mom said, don't you [ bleep ] die. that hit me harder than the bullets. my mom never swore. >> i'm lester holt, and this is "dateline." tonight, as they say in hollywood, the plot thickens. here's josh mankiewicz. >> ready, and action. >> ugh! ah! >> action. >> action! action! >> it rank second only to money word
shows evidence of media bias. e-mails us at fox news watch.com. >> up next, did hollywood producers get top secret details from the white house? >> did the white house leak key details of the covert bin laden mission to hollywood producers? are the media pushing for answers or are they protecting the president? that's next. on news watch. ore out your still-beating heart? ok, how this gonna play? try manly [ screams ] [ male announcer ] eew, ok, just do your thing. hey! hey! [ male announcer ] definitely a little bit epic. stride. >> the white house was as involved in making available information to these film makers as the ceo and the pentagon and it wasn't done in a vacuum. >> the watch dog organization, commenting on zero dark 30 about the covert mission to capture osama bin laden. and they say that e-mails that they obtained, that the white house was involved in the producers, and white house thought that zero dork dark 30 was would be a winning horse and gave direct briefings to kathryn bigelow, and mark bowles and the question, who was supposed to benefit by this? >> clearly the
of the projection. the studios, hollywood, they do not have to pay for the prince. they do not have to ship the prince. -- the prints. tavis: in the documentary, somebody made the point that what this does is it democratizes the process. i think george lucas is the one who said that. it democratizes the process. do you agree with that? >> absolutely, yes, absolutely. on different -- you know, we are looking at different still cameras that had different andabilities, the dslr's, filmmakers were like, "wow, if i put a lens on this, i can shoot a video and make a movie." the means of production are so much less expensive. the quality of what you are getting now is becoming fantastic. i mean, you can put almost professional lenses on these cameras. so, yes, it is cheaper, and if it is cheaper and more accessible and takes less technicians, "i do not need all of these people" -- tavis: that means you do not need all of these people. is that a good thing? >> is that a bad thing? tavis: there are enough bad films being made in this down. i am all for democratizing the process. but i think there is
revolution, we don't seem to find as much humor in all of that. well, hollywood responded to the women's movement by ignoring it. (molly haskell) in the late 60's to early 70's, when the movement peaked, women virtually disappeared from the cinema. where am i gonna get gravy at 8:00? i don't know, i thought it comes when you cook the meat. (narrator) in the late 1960's and 70's, women's roles in pictures diminished markedly, while their position in society appeared to improve. you didn't even know where this kitchen was 'til i came here and showed it to you! listen, you want to talk to me, buddy, put down that spoon. spoon! ha, ha, ha! you dumb ignoramus, that is a ladle! you did not know that's a ladle. (narrator) the new woman had become too hot to handle, and it would be years before romantic comedies returned. i can't believe i'm arguing with him over gravy. they're here. the tension between the sexes, the confusion of sexual roles, is so great, it's like it's no laughing matter. there are no comedies because nobody's laughing. (narrator) when romantic comedies did finally grapple
able to ignore it for long. the box office receipts are pretty good. hollywood is absolutely, i think they have no idea what to make of this film but it's interesting when you have a political documentary saying something or michael moore, "nightline" did some stories and some of the other movies they called him an american populist in the grand tradition. when they were covering 2016 they denigrated it, they disregarded it and they mocked it. >> jon: they loved michael moore gets invited on the tonight show. >> wins academy awards. [ laughter ] >>> what he is tapping in to the media have let obama emerge to becoming president, for decades 6 his life are virtual unknowns. all his pot smoking group in high school none of them are being interviewed. any reporter or digger or documentary, they do take the trouble to do the work, automatically gets attention. the gang of 500 doesn't want to do it. >> we talked earlier about the power of tweets and how they can influence the narrative. here is an examine, a political writer for the san francisco chronicle. this week she re-tweeted from cod
looking. let's get to work. hollywood has thrillers based on actual missions.as barbbra starr popular but there are concerrs that too many security secrets are bbing spilled out on the bbg screen. &p--reporter pkg-as folllws -- (nats)a new hollywood thriller abbut one of the most secret missionssevvr ---the operation to kkll osama bin laden (nats) the movie "zero dark thirty" is just hh latest in real- life top secret action becoming big screen boo office. also ii production a movie starring tom hanks about the ressue of captain richard phillips from somali pprates. film makerr used us navy ships off the east coast. navy seals are working as technical advisors. next up the marcus luttrell story. luttrell a navy seal,,was the only survivor of a 2000 afghanistan mission in which 199navy and army commandos died. a movie based on his book lone survivor is also likely to get military help. but is aal now too much hollywood? former navy seallharry huuphries was a consultant on black hawk down and mmny other &pproductions. he says some projects are telling too many too much that is being
and producers. the separation of the theatres, from the studios took place at the luckiest time for hollywood that ever could have happened, because it happened when television was coming in and ruining theatre business. in the mid-40's, the movie theatres in america played to 90 million people per week. in the late 50's, it was down to 16 million per week. that's what forced the studios to cut back on production. kinda like the railroad business thinking they were in the railroad business, not the transportation business and stayed out of the airlines. the studios thought they were in the movie business, not the entertainment business. so when television came on they got very frightened. i can remember growing up, seeing ads, or seeing logos on rko theatres and loews theatres saying, "don't watch television, go to the movies." what the studios decided to do was since they had a lock on, literally, international movie distribution. (thomas schatz) they had an absolute lock on domestic in the u.s. and they continue to distribute movies, they would finance movies produced on their premises. the
: charles hadlock, nbc news, dallas. >>> and still to come on "today," some of hollywood's biggest names come together in the fight against cancer. but first, this is "today" on nbc. have you heard of the new dialing procedure for the 408 and 669 area codes? no, what is it? starting october 20, 2012, if you have a 408 or 669 number, you'll need to dial 1 plus the area code plus the phone number for all calls. o.k., but what if i have an 408 number and i'm calling a 408 number? you'll still need to dial 1 plus the area code plus the phone number. so when in doubt, dial it out! >>> if you turned on the tv last night, even if you were flipping channels, you were bound to see it, the third "stand up 2 cancer" event brought together dozens of celebrities and cancer survivors to raise millions for research and treatment. nbc's diana aliar was there and has the latest from hollywood. >> cancer is one big book, but if we all stand up to cancer together, we can kick its ass so good, it will never come back. >> reporter: samuel l. jackson putting it the way only he can, just one of the dozens of h
don't know. >> that's only the start of the twists in this hollywood mystery. >> this is one of those stranger-than-fiction kind of things. certainly nobody would write a consistent like this. >> the most stunning twist was what didn't happen. >> my mom said, don't you [ bleep ] die. that hit me harder than the bullets. my mom never swore. >> i'm lester holt, and this is "dateline." tonight, as they say in hollywood, the plot thickens. here's josh mankowitz. >> ready, and action. >> ugh! ah! >> action. >> action! action! >> it rank second only to money as the single-most important word in hollywood. and here in l.a. where life and art are often the same thing, there's a real-life drama that rivals any action movie with a plot that includes all the elements of classic film noir. >> cut. >> a mystery featuring an assassin, a femme fatale, a hollywood star, and a stuntman who takes the fall. and as for the money, we'll get to that. let's start with the biggest name on the marquee, joe pesci, famous for his roles as a cold-blooded killer. >> don't move! >> this drama would co-star pesci's
hollywood on the edge of its seat. >> stunning verdict this afternoon in the murder trial of the former "baretta" star. not guilty of murder in the first degree. >> this small band of dedicated warriors saved my life. >> dr. phil: overnight this tv and film actor went from famous to infamous finding himself in the starring role of fighting for his life when he was accused of killing his wife. not much is known about this fascinating man who has been lying low until recently. but we do know that his life story started on a hollywood sound stage at the tender age of 6. for most of his life, robert blake has been a fixture in hollywood. he was born in new jersey. his family moved to hollywood in 1938 where studio executives changed his name to bobby blake. young bobby moved up the ranks from extra to a leading role in "the little rascals." he landed his role in the mgm film "smoky." he would have memorable roles in the movie "in cold blood" and as the renegade cop in tv's "baretta." >> you know where the money goes? it goes into some kinds arm. that's what i car about it. >> dr. phil: in 1
live to hollywood for all the emmy highlights in a moment, also, this half hour the presidential candidates launch into a new week of ads campaigning and fund-raising. we'll take a look at what they have planned with just 43 days to go. >>> also coming up, dozens of wildfires burning across the west and now some of that smoke is traveling thousands of miles away. unbelievable, you'll never believe where that smoke has gone. >> where there's smoke -- >> there's fire. >> yeah. >> on a lighter note. >> nothing gets past you. >> on a lighter note, our monday morning quarterbacking we'll run down week three in the nfl. more uproar about the replacement refs, don't get me started and see our picks did and yours as well. >> will probably get fined. >>> a surprise winner keeps "mad men" from a record-setting victory at last night's emmys. >> but an abc favorite is back at the top of the comedy awards. abc's brandi hitt is at the awards joining us this morning from los angeles. brandi? >> reporter: good morning, t.j. good morning, paula. yes, this was a big night for "modern family," seve
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remember yoko's big no, no, he wants to start a war on drilling, another hollywood hotshot giving her a run for her money, that is next, wait until yoko hears the competition, she will be hearing more of this. rachel quit the corporate grind to start her own interior design business. she's got a growing list of clients she keeps in touch with using e-mail marketing from constantcontact.com. constantcontact is easy and affordable. it lets her send out updates and photos that showcase her expertise and inspire her customers for only $15 a month. [ dog barking ] her dream -- to be the area's hottest interior design office. [ children laughing ] right now, she just dreams of an office. get a free trial at constantcontact.com. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. zon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what'sretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you pre
and norah we may have some preliminary information later today. >> in hollywood it was a night of triumph for "homeland" and "modern family" at the emmy awards and "mad men" set a record. had 17 nominations but failed to win an award. there were some worthy newcomers. >> that's how the emmys got their name, m. e. >> reporter: hollywood has never been shy about congratulating itself. >> i like attention. >> drama queen. >> reporter: and tv's biggest night did not disappoint. >> thank you hollywood. >> reporter: showtime's terrorism drama "homeland" was the night's big winner. sweeping the trauma categories with six emmy wins including best drama. that denied "mad men" a record setting fifth emmy. "homeland's" claire danes won for best actress and damien lewis for best actor. "modern family" was the big winner in the comedy category. >> this is an embarrassment of riches. >> reporter: taking home emmys for supporting actress and actor as well as third consecutive best comedy award. it was "two and a half men" john cryer who won lead actor. if >> oil be impossible to live with after this. i'
down hollywood blvd. in a bikini walking an ocelot, handing out signed pictures of her to startled passersby. she was insane. and so i respect that. (jazz music playing) (jeanine basinger) one thing that happens is accessibility to stars grows. as you move into the 50's, and the studios are collapsing, you have stars not being protected by the machinery of the studio any longer. they're out on the streets, they're getting interviews that aren't controlled, television is picking them up and showing them to you, so they become more known for who they really are. their private life was another role they were playing. (narrator) when lana turner's daughter stabbed her mother's lover, the public was avid for the lurid details of a star career seemingly in trouble. what they saw televised was tour-de-force performance. i said, don't, don't ever touch me again... i'm... i'm absolutely finished, this is the end... and i want you to get out. and after i said that, i was walking towards the door, and he was right behind me, and i opened it... (john waters) with a million photographers, and s
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in the carolinas. >>> 60s from chicago to new york. 70s in the central plains, 101 in phoenix. >>> and hollywood's hottest stars turned out for the emmy awards last night. and an evening filled with favoritend and quite a few upsets. >> that's right. top dramas went to "homeland." abc's brandi hitt has the highlights. >> reporter: the prime time emmy awards was a star studded night. filled with surprises. >> this is crazy. >> reporter: jon cryer couldn't believe he won best actor in a comedy, while julia dreyfuss won best actress. julie bowen and eric stonestreet won their second emmys for their supporting roles. >> i never knew i'd be on tv as a gay man. >> reporter: even host jimmy kimmel provided plenty of laughs. >> i don't think the president should be watching "homeland" for the same reason i don't think charlie sheen should be watching "breaking bad." >> reporter: breaking bad aaron paul won best supporting actor. but it was homeland's night. claire danes for best actress. >> i'm so grateful, thank you. >> reporter: many of hollywood's silver screen stars were dominated in for their work
of the hollywood elite showed up to endorse president obama. fox news no likey. >> do the american people want to listen more to hollywood celebrities than who they endorse? sometimes they can't get into the details of policies. or do you want to listen to people who have actually lived it? >> jon: yeah, exactly. by the way, how did you feel about hollywood select last week at the rnc? >> i loved clint from beginning to end. >> many thought he was fantastic didn't sound like a politician. >> he was so clint eastwood. >> that's what i love about him. ( cheers and applause ). >> jon: yup, spoken bike a woman who spends most of her mornings sitting next to two empty chairs. i tried to gauge the level of fox news' amnesia-- look, we already know fox completely forgot the bush presidency ever happened but that was, like, four years ago. now i realize they can't remember what happened a week ago. like eric bolling, who heard touching personal stories at both conventions. >> the story about mitt's father leaving a rose on his wife's stand every single day. >> wasn't that sweet? >> and that's how sh
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point from you. >> edit, edit. >> the two people that made this film in hollywood -- the guys from modesto who made this film are two guys versus a heat map you can see on-line of the attacks and 100,000 people which is the marching in beirut of the bearded troll to say that this is -- i mean the government of america should apologize. there is a simmering rage going on here, and if we look at all of these global attitude polls, you can see there is a deep amount of hate. and of course that is not everybody in the muslim world. but there is a significant amount and there is a problem. if we say con constantly that there is a couple of guys, it is deeper than that. maybe muslim rage is not the best short happened. would that actually produce this kind of back sh la. >> it is okay -- backlash. >> it is okay to be anti-christian. >> i think what you are saying is that when it comes to the middle east and most western countries, what we have here is a failure to communicate. and that is from the famous paul newman movie, cars, where he plays the voice of the sudan. >> not from the suda
guerrido, le voy a quitar un poco ese look de south beach y la voy a poner un poco de look de hollywood, es hora que mi jackie guerrido tenga un poco de hollywood style (golpean la puerta). >>> qué pasa aquí. >>> no, quería saber si habrá frío o calor. >>> calor, pero no me digas que tú eres el maquillista. >>> quién es el maquillista. >>>e l mejor de los Ángeles. >>> hello, hello, 3 preguntas básicas que hay que hacerle, es a qué evento voy qué imagen quiero tener y cómo quiero lucir. >>> ay ya lo tenemos pero quiero ir relajada, cómoda, este, acuérdate. >>> escúchame, quédate en casa. >>> ese vestido que regrese donde nació, a miami. >>> lo veo como que tiene un poco de estilo (gritos) >>> (risas) >>> sí, este lo apruebo, porque tiene un toque ligerito, me parece que es un vestido que tú lo vas a llevar, peligroso este escote. >>>ppero lo vamos a cerrar aquí porque no queremos accidentes. >>> aquí. >>> no, aquí. >>> aquí. >>> igual si esto se le pone una modelo que no tiene nnada,le queda bien ,pero si se lo pone una persona que tiene personalidad. >>> y qué. >>>
york city. the big event that brought out former president clinton. kevin frazier is back in hollywood. >> brooke, robin roberts recuperates in a hospital tonight after her bone marrow transplant. she released video of the procedure. tonight, we examine how making her battle so public is impacting awareness and helping her own recovery, tonight's inside story is on. >> so, right now, this moment. >> the transplant went as well as can be expected. robin was there surrounded by family and friends. >> robin roberts recovering today after her five-minute bone marrow transplant. >> i will now wait anxiously watch to see what happens. the next seven to ten days and my counts will continue to go up. we'll be on to phase three, which will be to get out of here. >> robin's doctors injected with her millions of stem cells harvested from her sister sally-ann. she was there and so were her abc colleagues, diane sawyer and sam champion. >> the last week has been especially intense. >> robin's "gma" co-anchor george stephanopoulos on cnn's "piers morgan tonight." >> we all have our fingers crossed t
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in hollywood who has been sharing a writing brain ever since their days at beverly hills high. >> we had a really good time in this space. i feel like we're still having a good time. it's the same type of fun. >> let's put on a show. reporter: does everything have to be a gay event. >> when anything comes out of a closet it's a gay event. >> reporter: their latest show is a new comedy about an old friendship, their own. ahead on sunday morning. >> osgood: the new season is getting underway in the movies as well. bill whitaker offers us a preview of some coming attractions. >> reporter: movie studios are bringing out the big guns this fall. >> some men are coming to kill us. we're going to kill them first. >> reporter: a time of anticipation for audiences and critics alike. >> you had my curiosity. but now you have my attention. >> kind of like your happy time, isn't it? >> it is a happy time. reporter: later on sunday morning, the magic of the movies. >> osgood: veteran actor ed asner is ringing in a new season with a brand new starting role quite different from the one he's best known f
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